When it comes to the new ‘Killer Mike’ music video, the world is ready to take a knee…
When it came time to create a music video for the rapper Killer Mike, his team had to figure out a way to capture the essence of the rapper without alienating his fans.
So, instead of creating a simple, simple, repetitive video, Mike and the crew came up with a new concept for their song.
Instead of creating the iconic, over-the-top visuals that made Mike famous, they instead went for something more subtle.
The team wanted to make the video a bit more organic, something that would blend in with the music.
And so, they decided to make it a bit of a quiet intro, something they’d recorded with an old tape of their favorite rappers from the late ’90s.
It’s one of many examples of how they’ve tried to make Killer Mike’s music video less commercial than the other songs on his catalog.
This is a clip of the Killer Mike song Intro, which was recorded with the old tape.
Watch it below.
In the past, Killer Mike has been known to take the piss out of his fans by releasing an album cover as a promotional piece.
But he’s also known to use his music videos to help inspire other artists to get back into the music business.
In 2015, Killer and The Weeknd teamed up for a song called “My Love.”
The video features the two rappers dancing and wearing black masks, but it also features a montage of their music videos, from when they were kids to now.
The montage also features some very specific shots of Killer Mike dancing.